"Marc Ramsey" <email@example.comREMOVE> wrote in message
> TheDoc wrote:
> > Both the older HP jornada series and the newer Dell Axim support 232
> > forget USB/232.. you need a host not a client.
> The Axim serial port uses 3.3V logic levels, so it can not be hooked up
> directly to an RS232 device. The serial hotsync cable contains an RS232
I said it supported 232, not had 232 levels.. you need a cheap $25 cable
to get a 9 pin interface.. same with HP.
> level converter, which is powered by the host PC handshaking lines.
> This makes it pretty much unsuitable for use with most serial GPS units,
> except for those few devices that also provide a 3.3V serial interface.
> Most iPAQs have RS232 level serial ports, the exception is the 19xx
> devices, which lack an external connection to the port.
Reply by Ed Beroset●August 17, 20042004-08-17
Joris Dobbelsteen wrote:
> "Ed Beroset" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I own a Zaurus, but if you're looking exclusively for Pocket PC
>>solutions, you won't want this -- it runs Linux.
> It looks they are retired by Sharp, am I correct?
No, that's incorrect. In fact, they just released a new model in March
of this year, the SL-6000.